Such terms, and others such as "queen-sized", "plus-sized", or "fat" may lead to feelings of marginalization or non-inclusion for some women.However, some strongly prefer the term fat over other words which they consider unnecessary euphemisms.Another variant is SSBBW: Super-Size Big Beautiful Woman.
The abbreviation BBW can often be found used in personal ads (and online dating services) denoting an identification with (or preference for) such women, and is also used to denote events specifically targeted to such women, and persons interested in them, such as specific gathering nights in dance clubs, restaurants, and fashion stores and shows.
The term is also commonly used as a positive euphemism by those involved with the fat acceptance movement.
A common misconception is that those who identify as feedees must be significantly larger than their non-feedee BBW counterparts, however one study found the average weight of self-identified female feedees was actually 20 kilograms lower than self-identified BBWs.
There are a wide range of websites dedicated to the topic of big beautiful woman, including sites which are dedicated to sending out a size-positive message towards larger women, some of which denounce the dieting industry as encouraging women to lose weight to conform to what is considered the ideal by mainstream society.
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“It's weird to look at the picture of Cody as an underdog. He knows his demons, but he doesn't know how to get out of his own way.”So, Cody walks away with a ,000 check of his own -- and a girlfriend in fellow houseguest Jessica Graf. Then, when I thought of Tommy Lee, I started thinking Axl Rose, then I started going down the whole, you know, glam rock, metal bands.”If the celebs don’t make it into the Big Brother house, they could stop by Julie’s other show, The Talk, and guest co-host. Julie compares looking for a new host to “dating,” admitting she started to fall for the first woman to give it a shot, actress Garcelle Beauvais.“I like Garcelle, you know? “I'm going on more dates with Garcelle.”For more on the The Talk’s co-host search, check out the video below.
Julie says she’s “rooting for them.”“I think they have a chance,” she coos.
“But then I would just put a model and then when they met me they would be disappointed, so there was no happy medium.” Which is why Thompson, now 24, says she set out on a crusade to ensure that other women wouldn’t feel the way she once did.
“If you’re a really tall girl or a really curvy girl and you’ve been trying to hide it all your life, instead you’re celebrating it,” she says.
Some BBWs also identify as feedees—deriving satisfaction from the act or fantasy of growing larger, often with the help of a partner known as a feeder.